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A customized P15 seen at Santa Maria, CA show


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Denise, from the HAMB, and her friend Megan attended the Santa Maria

rod show this week. They took Flat Stanley with them.

Here's a pic of a customized P15 she included. Just tossing it out to

show how someone, somewhere did up their car their way.

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There were some neat (in my opinion) vehicles there......along with some I

didn't much care for. Everybody likes something different, of course.

For anyone who wants to read the thread, with lots of pics, here's the

link: http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/showthread.php?t=482070

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Denise, from the HAMB, and her friend Megan attended the Santa Maria

rod show this week. They took Flat Stanley with them.

Here's a pic of a customized P15 she included. Just tossing it out to

show how someone, somewhere did up their car their way.

365.jpg

This was the cover car on the last Kustoms Illustrated. Sweet, hemi powered Plymouth!

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Rock, the last issue of Kustoms Illustrated?......I have up to #24.........has # 25 come out?.......thanks andyd

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I'm on the road, Andy but I've got my last issue sitting on the tank of my toilet with that car staring right at me every time I go to the can. You can't miss those '58 Chevy headlights. :)

Don't know the number. Perhaps yours is in the mail. It's a long way to Oz!

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And a 55 Dodge wagon........you don't see many of those.

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This one is in Ol' Skool Rodz Jan '10. It won best in class at the 2008 Grand National Roadster show. Says it's no trailer queen, put 13,000 miles on it since the build. Interesting article, the guy said he grew up hanging out at Larry Watsons paint shop. Looks like he picked up a trick or two from the master.

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I like the wagon. Missing the stock grill though otherwise it doesn't look too modified.

The front fenders have been extended 3 1/4",shaved the tailgate, nosed the hood, grill filled and modified with a 55 New Yorker grill, 55 olds headlamp rings,61 vette tail lights,63 caddy steering colum, one piece door glass....aw I'm tired of typing. It's really had alot done, it's all subtle changes though.

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